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Analysts weigh in after Under Armour stock rises with fourth-quarter results

Under Armour shares soared Tuesday after the Baltimore-based athletic apparel brand reported stronger sales than expected.

By midday, its shares were up nearly 15 percent at $16.32 each.

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While it reported at $88 million loss and weak U.S. sales, international sales lifted the company’s revenue 5 percent to $1.5 billion for the final quarter of 2017.

The surprise drew interest from the stock market and headline writers.

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The Street’s Jim Cramer, who has had issues with Under Armour in the past, is interested in the stock again:

Barron’s offered a sporty cup-is-half-full/half-empty analysis:

The headline on Bloomberg’s story was decidedly more pessimistic:

But Reuters saw the positive:

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